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. sean goldstein for safety and andy lee. other notable bay area players, aaron rodgers, and two more cal bears, marshawn lynch and tony gonzalez, and richmond sherman named to the all-pro team. >> switch guys. college hoops. cal hosting washington state. both teams 9-6 but the cougars looking for the first conference win. total team effort from the bears. copps to sol -- cobbs to kolele solo month. time winding down. sherman gets the lose ball, lays it in. power on wallace into the action. the offensive rebound and putback. led the bears with 16 points, cal improves to 10-6, beating the cougars 67-54. >> santa clara looking for the first win at home against byu since 1961. the missed layup but carlino there is for the put-in. then kevin foster, two of his 22. broncos up. byu too tough down the stretch, goes on to win 82-6 4. niners and the packers are tied at 14. we'll have complete highlights at 9:00 and 11:00, and the girl scouts are in he house tonight. make sure you buy some. >> thank you, shu. the white house takes on star wars. what they're saying about a request to build the ♪ i
find delay beyond the scene. cal train says the northbound 101 train is late ten minutes. muni and bart and other mass transit is looking good. abc7 app shows 205 mountain house parkway toward stockton we have foggy weather from the central valley which could slow things moving westbound toward 580 with heavy traffic on 205 according to our traffic spotters. this is a free app from apple's app and google play to get you navigating your commute. moving from 580 and 880 to the south and 80 westbound toward toll plaza, traffic is moving nicely. kristen and eric? >> the landmark church in the capitol in washington, dc, and the national cathedral take as stand over same-sex marriage. >> and root canal and erskine mh laboratories, which are will consider whether to block a suit by the u.s. government for the bailout of the company, a group filed the suit on behalf of the firm and shareholders and the complaint says the government did not provide shareholders just compensation when they took 80 percent stake in the insurance company part of a bailout. the board will decide in a month whether t
some questions about what drone attacks are. it is cal is ma bin laden. did torture play a role in finding osama bin laden and killing him. >> yes, it did. it played a role, it didn't play a key role but definitely speaking specifically, the fact that there was this fellow called ahmed from kuwait surfaced in a number of the early coercive interrogations. at the time the interrogators and the c.i.a. didn't know who that was in particular so i would have to say the most important piece of information, and i don't know how we obtained it exactly was connecting that from kuwait to a real person ahmed. that was really the key. so i think those who argue that the hunt for bin laden really gained traction when we attach that name to a person can argue i think fairly that from that point and including that point there was no torture involved. but the fact that we were interested in this ahmed came from a number of interviews that are actually fairly notorious. >> rose: peter same question. >> well look, the senate intelligence committee has spent three years investigating this questio
by double digits. >> sheers the rates. increased from california, for just the state of cal, aetna, 22% increase. anthem blue cross, 26% increase. blue shield of cal, 20% increase. where are the rate cuts? >> does this surprise anybody? the second he regulates, the price rises. when you require gas stations to sell ethanol, food prices rise as corn growers take stock to ethanol. it becomes more expensive. the more you regulate, the more expensive it comes. >> why was the president able to sell obamacare in part on the idea we must do something -- >> he didn't sell it to me. >> healthcare costs were rising, that was a fact. and so his argument was we need to do something about and this universal healthcare is one of the things we should do to stop that. >> was he referring to the federal government's stake, the cbo numbers and something he could hang his hat on. >> when you require health insurers to cover procedures, whether people want to buy the coverage, lie hair transplants, viagra, all these requirements, of course it's going to be more expensive for the rest of us. >> let us know
of the respective responsibilities as you all know, each have had public service. dave from this debacle the. cal from the state of california and tom in the administration's epa. keenly involved particularly from a manufacturing perspective and insight of oil and natural gas. and last but certainly not least, our friend general jim jones. general, would you please stand. [applause] i think many of you know the general well. he probably needs no introduction, a former national security advisor to the president. a very distinguished career in military service throughout the world. and today, has a consulting group that also works with a bipartisan policy center which will be releasing next month i believe a significant contribution to the energy debate. so let's give everyone a round of applause, particularly our head table today, for being here among us. [applause] with the newly elected congress and administration that has now started its second term, we stand on the threshold of a new year. one that presents tremendous opportunities to move forward to build our economy and to create the jobs fo
with such a powerful photo that it ended up sort of dominating the actual content of the art cal that was below the photo which said, look, this is one-third better than previous administration equal can bottom line and deep problems in the pipeline. at the same time, i think also, there's that photo is not nothing. i mean, it says something about what the inner circle is. i'm curious what you guys think about invented issue or real issue? >> i think it's important that we're having discussion but i think it way more complicated than the photo. we've had a year of photos and there's another one of a bunch of people to speak in congress about birth control none of whom were women so we're sensitized to this conversation. but fundamentally what's interesting is why we're having it and a little bit deeper about what it means for what comes next. 1 of 3 people who voted in this election were women who voted for obama. we had a discussion about binders of women. we're having this discussion about the cabinet largely because of how we got here. i think the personal matters but what that means for the
cruz sentinel" in cal has the headline, "gun control a loaded argument." the authors of the article ask several experts if we are safer against an intruder with a gun in our hands. the "daily courier in" prescott, arizona writes about barry goldwater's photographs, an exhibit that opened this weekend features photographs taken by the conservative senator. most of the photos are portraits of the navajo heem and pictures of the arizona landscape. the "los angeles times" has a story about how the university of arizona is the first in the country to offer a minor degree in hip-hop. the school added that concentration toyotas africana studies program. it's part of a trend to give serious academic study to the subject. that's kind of fun. >>> well, not fun, the new and deadly violence in afghanistan, which has killed at least seven civilians. this in a blast inside a mosque following a night raid by nato and afghan troops. that violence comes amid fresh reaction to an accelerated timeline for u.s. troops to withdraw from the region. earlier on "meet the press" colin powell said the u.s. would
you my colleagues. cal,[applause] they are all president and ceo's dave is from the state of oklahoma. involved from the manufacturing perspective on the impact of oil and natural gas. and last and not least, our friend general jim jones. would you please stand? [applause] i think many of you know the general well. he probably needs no introduction as the foreman -- former national security adviser of the president. a very distinguished career. today, he has a consulting group and works at the bipartisan policy center. it will be releasing next month a significant contribution. let's give everyone a round of applause. dili the head table today for being with us. -- particularly the head table today for being with us. with the newly elected congress, we stand on the threshold of a new year, one that presents tremendous opportunities to move forward to build our economy and to create the jobs for those americans who are still looking for work. the oil and natural gas industry has been a bright spot over the past few years. a sluggish economic growth. let me say we are ready to do even m
of representatives republicans have seen the foundation of their into cal strategy called question. guest: republicans have to do some soul searching. first why did they lose the election. a lot were shocked how easily barack obama won. host: you thought romney was going to win? guest: i did. i was wrong. i was not only wrong i was darn wrong. we were wrong by quite a bit. i think that from a republican standpoint they have to understood this is a game of multiplication and addition, not subtraction and division. the more we -- we have to reinvent ourselves so we are doing a better job appealing to wider ethic groups and we also our message has to be better. we have to take our message to more people. we kept the house representatives but didn't win the overall vote for conscious shall -- congressional districts. we have a definite situation that we have to understand. i think that party leaders get that. i think that john boehner gets it and mitch mcconnell gets it and the chairman of the r.n.c. going through a full review of what happened and how to do better. it's not just a tactical p
of what it is translating at all. the beauty of the statistics cal machine translation which is what we use is we can go from any language to any language, if a small amount of time, we'll end up with a situation 100 languages into another 100 languages for all ofhe content if the world. the question is how does this affect things in the middle east? it affects everything beuse a lot of conflicts in the world an especially wars have been created because of a lack of understanding. one of the comments would be, was that there is a large body of arabic language work that has never been translated into anything. almost none of that is online. all of a sudden if we can put all of that stuff online, sort of the notion of having a little bit of respect for each other is going to go a long way. >> another question coming up related. i'm from africa, what is google's contribution to enabling success to the internet by wi-fi? >> what we did, the african situation as usual is worse than fire else. as a society, as a global society, we got to sort of look at ourselves and think how have we allowed
is here with low cal ideas to keep us from falling off our prescribed lifestyle change. >> hello. first of all, let me say congratulations on your book. i read it every day. >> first, coleslaw. >> creamy foods. >> and you take fatty coleslaw and skinny it down a bit. >> the best part is it's pre-made for you. they already do the slicing and dicing. the entire bag is only 80 calories and cabbage has cancer fighting properties. mix non-fat greek yogurt and light mayonnaise and splash of apple cider vinegar and it's sensation. you can dump this on the skillet with oil and seasoning. >> have a stir-fry. >> or soy sauce and have mu chui vegetables. >> cauliflower. >> i like to put it on the baking seat. roast it for 30 minutes, take it out and top it with parmesan cheese, put it back in for five minutes and it crisps up beautifull beautifully. also use half potatoes and cauliflower and drive down the calories. >> i actually seem it and mash it. >> and use light cream cheese and broth, and seasoning, really goo good. >> mushrooms. >> this entire pile is only about 80 calories. saute them up w
from themn the fice, which i think is hilarious. i would just cal i sk cause i don't want to be near them >> so many pple come in, they're hacking. it's like, stay home. >> we're all guilty -- we've all done it. >> i never call in sk. voice. f us come in with no >> oh, yeah. >> mr. roker. >> whoa! >> great thing about this app, itets youlameomebody and at's gd. >> right when someonwas in, herbert's sick again. all right. spotght on the gu >>> jus how unpopular is congress? a newling survey shows congress ls popular than the following. conoscopies, cockroaches, root canals, france of all things. >>ow! >> if u can believe that. >> even head lice, believet or no on that list. >> thas anher one. i was amazed of the positive numbers on ckroaches, 47%. people like cockroaches? >> who ew? >> cockroach lobby. >> who put this list together? nickelback is on there, meth lab, linds lohan. the kardashians a on there. >> cs has a higher approval ratg than the kardhians, linds lohan. >>hey are known to d these fun, exotic polls. some peoplhave criticized i but theve made their point. 9% was the nu
't have any understanding of what it is translating at all. the beauty of the statistics cal machine translation which is what we use is we can go from any language to any language, if a small amount of time, we'll end up with a situation 100 languages into another 100 languages for all of the content if the world. the question is how does this affect things in the middle east? it affects everything because a lot of conflicts in the world an especially wars have been created because of a lack of understanding. one of the comments would be, was that there is a large body of arabic language work that has never been translated into anything. almost none of that is online. all of a sudden if we can put all of that stuff online, sort of the notion of having a little bit of respect for each other is going to go a long way. >> another question coming up related. i'm from africa, what is google's contribution to enabling success to the internet by wi-fi? >> what we did, the african situation as usual is worse than fire else. as a society, as a global society, we got to sort of look at oursel
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